Posts Tagged ‘Sleigh Bells’

Music Recommendations Based on Artists You Already Like

It's 2014, and human beings are still trying to figure out how to automate music discovery. Trends come and go, new services pop up and disappear, and a music discovery app is created, marketed, and killed... Read more »

Watch Sleigh Bells Perform “Young Legends” on Letterman

Back in October when Sleigh Bells released their third album Bitter Rivals, the duo hit the late night circuit with stops on Late Night with Jimmy Fallon as well as Jimmy Kimmel Live! Last night, the two... Read more »

Download Two Sleigh Bells and Danny Brown Mash-Ups Courtesy of Fools Gold

A-Trak and Nick Catchdubs’ party-starting label Fools Gold, who just this year released both Danny Brown’s OLD and El-P and Killer Mike’s Run The Jewels project, have gifted us two expertly done Danny Brown x Sleigh Bells (aka Brown Bells)... Read more »

Watch Sleigh Bells Perform “Bitter Rivals” and “Tiger Kit” on Kimmel

Sleigh Bells just released their new album Bitter Rivals and last night, the duo stopped by Jimmy Kimmel Live! in support of the record. Backed by a full band and back-up singers, they played both the... Read more »

Listen to Sleigh Bells’ New Album “Bitter Rivals”

With the release of the first two singles from Bitter Rivals, Sleigh Bells showed that they’d lost none of the energy and power that helped their first two albums of spiky guitar-pop to such popularity. There is... Read more »

Phoenix – “Chloroform (Sleigh Bells Remix)”

Phoenix’s Bankrupt! has already provided a ton fantastic remixes and reworks from the likes of R. Kelly and A-Trak to RAC and Dirty Projectors. The latest to give the French rockers’ material their own spin are... Read more »

Sleigh Bells – “You Don’t Get Me Twice”

As anticipation for Bitter Rivals continues to grow, Sleigh Bells have released a second track off the forthcoming release. “You Don’t Get Me Twice” returns the band to the cinder block guitars and huge drums of... Read more »

Video: Sleigh Bells – “Bitter Rivals”

Sleigh Bells has finally resurfaced with material from their upcoming third album, Bitter Rivals. Derek Miller and Alexis Krauss released have the song and video for the title track simultaneously, and fans of the band’s previous... Read more »

The 15 Best Duos in Indie Music Right Now

Duos in music are nothing new, but it seems like indie duos are having a moment right now. Some of the best music out there is coming from groups with two core members, and while they... Read more »

Watch St. Vincent and Sleigh Bells’ Alexis Krauss Perform “Girls Just Want to Have Fun”

Wait, it gets better. On stage along with St. Vincent‘s Annie Clark and Sleigh Bells‘ Alexis Krauss are none other than Rosie O’Donnell (on percussion) and the woman behind the 80′s hit herself, Cyndi Lauper. This... Read more »

Sleigh Bells Plan New Album for 2013

There are benefits to being a two-person band. Derek Miller and Alexis Krauss make up Sleigh Bells, and in a recent interview with Huffington Post they explained that not having to deal with the group dynamics of... Read more »

The 25 Best Songs Under 2 Minutes

In all forms of art and expression, sometimes less is more. There’s an art to getting right to the point, chopping off all the extra and presenting an idea as succinctly as possible. In music, this... Read more »

Sleigh Bells – “Never Say Die (AraabMuzik Remix)”

Looks like all their time together on tour is really starting to rub off, as producer AraabMuzik has recently lent his talents to remixing his tour friends Sleigh Bell‘s hit, “Never Say Die.” You can not... Read more »

Video: Victoria’s Secret Commercial Featuring Sleigh Bells’ “Crush”

We’ve seen Victoria’s Secret use M83′s “Midnight City” and Rhye’s “Open,” for their last couple commercials, and they keep it moving by letting Sleigh Bells‘ “Crush” be the soundtrack to their latest ad. Beautiful, as always.... Read more »

Video: Sleigh Bells – “End Of The Line”

Here’s the latest set of visuals from Sleigh Bells‘ Reign Of Terror. The description: “Derek Miller and Alexis Krauss ride BMX bikes in this melancholy clip.” Fair enough. Directed by Derek Miller and Gregory Kohn.... Read more »